Royals Fall Short of Comeback, Lose 2-1

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com   Legend has it that if you score more runs that the other team, you’ll win the game. The Royals must have missed that. It was a horrible quality start for James Shields, if that makes sense. Shields threw an average of 20.67 pitches per inning. While Shields went six complete innings, and only allowed two runs, he wiggled out of jam after jam, and was a bit out of control with his location. The...

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Dayton Blows Up Team

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com   I don’t get it. Dayton Moore, try as he may, just cant seem to please everyone. On Monday, he traded Danny Valencia for an old backup catcher and a project AAA pitcher. I like the trade. Don’t love it…but its so minor, honestly who cares? Many feel that losing Danny Valencia means losing a good right handed hitter, which is true. There are always two sides to a coin however, and this...

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Indians Salvage Series and Beat Chen, Royals 10-3 in Finale

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com It can almost be expected when you remember that Ned Yost puts out his “white flag” lineup each and every Sunday. While the season finale loss was frustrating, Royals fans must remember to think about the big picture. Carlos Santana homered two more times and the Indians finally broke out of their slump, ending the Royals’ five-game winning streak with a 10-3 win on Sunday afternoon. The Indians salvaged the...

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Aoki, Butler Lead Royals Over Tribe, 7-5

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com In the middle of the second inning, I thought the game was over. The Indians had a five run lead, and the offense looked to be dormant. Kansas City started chipping in the third inning, and tied it in the fourth. Carlos “The One Man Wrecking Crew” Santana, and the Cleveland Indians put a five spot on the board in the second inning. The inning scoring in the second inning started with a Carlos Santana...

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Video of Moustakas’ Double with an Error

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com Last night Corey Kluber pitched a gem against the Royals.  With the exception of one play.   Tweet Your browser does not support iframes. Credit Moose for running hard around the bags, but I think Kluber’s reaction says...

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Nori Walks Off, Royals Sink Indians in the Bottom of the 14th, 2-1

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com   This game didn’t see it’s first hit until the top of the fifth inning when Carlos Santana singled off of Danny Duffy. The first Royals base runner came in the seventh when Omar Infante singled, but was stranded. The first of two Royals runs came in the eighth inning when Mike Moustakas hit a little league homerun. It was ruled a double and a two-base throwing error, and was charged as an...

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You’re Going the Wrong Way (The Royal Way)!

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com Tweet *Editor’s note, this piece was written last night before the game.  So some stats have slightly changed. Well, here we are. The place that no Royals fan ever wants to be, but all are familiar. A place that The Royals management and players promise not to take us to each year, yet where we inevitably end up. A place simply knows as not first. For 28 years, around this time, The Royals caravan pulls up...

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Team Meeting Sparks Club, Royals Beat Sox 7-1

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com   Alert the presses: The Kansas City Royals scored seven runs tonight. Without Eric Hosmer (hand contusion) and Lorenzo Cain (rest) I was afraid that that would be a tall task for Kansas City. Alas, it was not. Mike Moustakas got the scoring started with a solo homerun in the second inning. The White Sox would rally in the fourth inning with a “Big Donkey” Adam Dunn homerun. The game would be...

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